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## Homework Statement

note:I am not 100% positive of the wording of this problem. As it stands, I am not looking to get help on plugging on equations and such. I am looking for help on how to draw the problem.

A cargo plane is flying horizontally at a velocity of V meters per second. and at a height of H meters. Superman is on the ground motionless. When the plane passes over him, a package drops from the cargo plane and superman first flies at an angle of 30 degrees and then horizontally to meet the package. What is the velocity of superman when he is flying horizontally?

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

Again, I am confused as to how to draw this out. It doesn't make sense. I don't think there is enough information. How am I supposed to know when he goes from 30 degrees to horizontal? If someone can sketch this out and make this clear, because it is not clear to me, I will do the rest and try to solve the problem.

Thank you.